Since their initial launch in the late 1960s microwaves have become ubiquitous. I remember seeing one for the first time in the late 1980s in my Grannie’s house as she couldn’t believe it had cooked something in two minutes as my Granda stood grinning ear to ear. Before that, cooking your food with instead of nuking it with radiation was the only way to cook. Today I doubt many people don’t’ have a microwave, due to their convenience. If you’ve got an old microwave sitting in your corner and want to upgrade, you don‘t have to lump for the cheapest model out. In this blog, we’ll look at some of the features available to help you find the right oven for you.